Freud was a physician by training though he focused on psychoanalysis as he developed his theory of psychosexual development and the psychodynamic theory (id, ego, and superego). Did his training as a physician or his interest in psychoanalysis appear to exert the greater influence on his view of the mind-body relationship? Why?
I think that Freud's training as a physician as well as his interest in psychoanalysis, both exerted and equally powerful influence on his view of the mind-body relationship. This is due to the fact that ...
This solution describes the influence of Freud's physician training on his perspective of psychoanalysis.